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Three Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Car Accident Lawsuit

by Carter Mario | April 27th, 2016

After you’ve been injured in an accident you may face legal ramifications and you may be confused and want an attorney to represent them through the litigation process. The following three mistakes can decrease the likelihood of winning a car accident lawsuit. Don’t Give the Other Side a Statement An adjuster for the insurance company […]

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Personal Injury Due to Another’s Negligence on the Job

by Carter Mario | April 25th, 2016

People get hurt at work every day. Some of them will suffer serious injuries and miss work until such time as they’re healed and cleared to go back to work. The general rule is that if somebody is hurt in the course and scope of their job by an anticipated and foreseeable risk of that […]

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Top 5 Medical Malpractice Questions

by Carla Minniefield | April 20th, 2016

Doctors and medical professionals are there to help the sick feel better. Unfortunately, things don’t always end up that way. When an individual suffers from an injury or they have an illness that the doctor doesn’t understand; they often receive a misdiagnosis and don’t get the treatment they need. Many in this situation look to […]

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Common Spring Driving Hazards

by Carter Mario | April 18th, 2016

As warmer temperatures arrive, so do spring driving hazards. It is important for drivers to watch for these spring road hazards whether they are taking a quick trip the store, commuting to work or making a long highway road trip. Potholes The mixture of freezing temperatures, snow, salt, sand and pressure from vehicle tires can […]

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Getting Your Car Ready for Spring

by Carter Mario | April 13th, 2016

At Carter Mario Personal Injury Lawyers, we work with scores of clients who have become injured or worse as a result of car accidents. In a perfect world, these situations wouldn’t arise in the first place. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and we encourage people to take measures to increase […]

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Connecticut Motorcycle Laws You Should Know

by Carter Mario | April 11th, 2016

The laws governing motorcycle riding in Connecticut are more robust than those that apply to users of four-wheeled vehicles. This is because motorcycles are inherently more dangerous than other vehicles and injuries from accidents are often more serious. A motorcycle is defined as a vehicle with not more than three wheels in contact with the […]

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Fitness Tracker Data is Changing the Personal Injury Lawsuit Landscape

by Carter Mario | April 8th, 2016

Fitness tracking applications designed to encourage users to make healthy choices are beginning to take on additional purposes. In 2014, fitness data was willingly admitted by a plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit to support a claim of “life-affecting reduced activity post injury” according to Gibbs. The plaintiff presented Fitbit data analyzed by a company […]

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April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

by Carter Mario | April 6th, 2016

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the National Safety Council wants to increase awareness of the fact that thousands of people are killed or injured every year due to distracted drivers. Having represented countless individuals who have been injured or killed by distracted drivers, Carter Mario is compelled to join this effort to increase the awareness […]

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April 2016 Charity: CT Veterans Legal Center

by Carter Mario | April 1st, 2016

Veterans Organization Named April 2016 Charity Carter Mario Injury Lawyers is proud to name the Connecticut Veterans Legal Center(CVLC) our April 2016 Charity of the Month. This organization has a special meaning to our team, as several members of our staff have served our country and others have family or friends who have served. The mission of […]

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Damages & Liability In Road Rage Incidents

by Carter Mario | March 28th, 2016

The most important thing for a victim to remember in a traffic accident caused by road rage or that inspires another driver to commit criminal assault as a result of road rage is the difference between the criminal case and the civil case. Traffic accidents are civil matters right up to the point where one […]

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